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ECHOES OF 
A DECADE 



PIEDMONT COLLEGE 

YONAtilAN 1989 




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ECHOES IN THE MAKING 

ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION 




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Registration and freshmen 
orientation were performed 
quite differently this year. 
The students at Piedmont 
College participated in 
many of the activities during 
the first week of school. A 
number of Student Govern- 
ment Association members, 
class officers, and resident 
advisors volunteered their 
services to assist in orienta- 
tion as well as registration. 
These students held various 
orientation classes for the 
freshmen and enlightened 
them of everything they 
should need to know for en- 
tering Piedmont College. 




ECHOES START HERE 




FRIENDS 

When we lived near each other, we 
participated in the same activities. Our 
friendships were strong because we 
shared so many things together. Now 
that we are living apart, we rarely see 
each other and have begun to make 
new friends. These people share the 
same activities and our friendships 
have become strong also. But then 
again, we only leave to go and create 
new friends somewhere else. Our 
friendships remain because we share 
the same feelings. The closeness of our 
hearts is what makes a friendship last. 




BY MAKING NEW FRIENDS 




TIME 
FOR 





CREATING 
NEW 

ECHOES 



Memoirs of a School Year 

You've lived a lot. laughed a lot. and have 
grown up. Made new friends, and many pre- 
cious memories The years will Prmg new 
friendships, and new times to rememPer The 
vivid recollections of today will fade in the 
Pright suns of your tomorrows But its all cap- 
tured here in a yearpook Turn the page, and 
turn on the memories 



Going to college means taking a Pig step in one's life Leaving 
home is not easy especially when you're entering a whole new 
world. A world that is full of knowledge, excitement, discipline, 
intelligence, anxiety, studying, socializing, and many more charac- 
teristics This world is college Continuing your education on to 
college can Pe an experience worthwhile in your desired career 
and future ampitions It is at college where students learn to bal- 
ance out their extracurricular activities and the time needed for 
studying in order to excel within their classes The memories creat- 
ed at Piedmont College linger on in the minds of students and these 
memories will always hold a special place within those students' 
hearts 



PIEDMONT'S ECHOEING 



As the years pass by while attenting Piedmont College, what you once 
considered acquaintances are now close friends. Leaving Piedmont to go 
home for a vacation is an appreciated vacation away from classes. The 
coming back to school to reunite with friends brings back many memories 
of the crazy things you did in the past such as — locking your roomate in 
the bathroom, playing hall ball, sliding down the railing in GB Hall, eating in 
the cafeteria, intramurals, playing pool, and going to O'Malleys. Yes, of 
course, you are faced with the agony of going back to classes, but you 
know you will always have more good times with your great friends. 



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OF OLD COLLEGE FRIENDS! 




WELCOME TO THE FUNNY 
FARM 





Moving away from home is a difficult 
thing for anybody to do. Going away 
to college causes you to begin a new 
life with new surroundings and a new 
place to call home. Getting to know 
people really isn't as hard as some 
people may think when you live with so 
many. Actually, it is quite amusing as to 
what people do when they are bored. 
Though it is tough at first to adjust to 
your new friends in the dorm, you can 
always count on them to be your fam- 
ily away from home. 





FOR ALL WHO ENTER BE PREPARED 



1989 YONAHIAN DEDICATION 

DR. JOHN WESTER 




This year the 1989 Yonahian yearbook is dedicated 
to Dr. John Wester, the Dean ot Students. He has 
been chosen because of his unlimited care and 
willingness to help the students of Piedmont Col- 
lege. There have been many changes at Piedmont 
College since Dr. Wester's arrival such as new cur- 
few hours in the dorms, the rewriting of the student 
handbook, as well as the SGA constitution. This 
yearbook is being dedicated to Dr. Wester for his 
dedication to the students at Piedmont College. 
THANKS!!! 



FADS WILL COME AND GO 




When we open up this 1989 Yonahian annu- 
al it won't be the pictures or sayings on the 
pages that warm our hearts. It will be the 
memories created of all the wonderful times 
we have spent together this year. 





MEMORIES WILL ALWAYS 
REMAIN! 




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DEAN ADAMS 

A new and exciting change came to 
Piedmont College in 1988 — Dean 
Carlton Adams. Dean Adams has re- 
ceived a BA in Chemistry, a MS from 
FSU, and Ph.D. from LSU. Since Dean 
Adams has become a part of Pied- 
mont, the student body and faculty 
have been pleased with the changes 
he has overseen and look forward to 
his continuance at Piedmont. THANKS. 



PRESIDENT SIMMONS 

President Garren Simmons received his 
BA and MA from WVU. President Sim- 
mons has been with Piedmont since 
1974. In 1981 he became Vice Presi- 
dent of Piedmont. As of January 1, 
1983, he became the official President 
of Piedmont College. 





Sheila Blair 
Director of Development 



Dr. John Wester 
Dean of Students 



Skip Wilhite 
Director of Campus Life 




Without these people pictured on this page, it would 
Pe difficult for Piedmont College to continue making 
the positive changes that have occurred in the past 
year Sheila Blair dedicates her time in overseeing the 
development of Piedmont College for faculty as wel 
as student interests Dr John Wester and Skip Wiinite 
could Pe considered the Pack Pone of the Piedmont 
College student Pody These two have devoted the* 
time and personal outlook towaras students' extracur- 
ricular activities and disciplinary matters Dr Wester 
and Skip has/e contnputed an over aPundance to the 
PC students and we look forward to sharing more witti 
them next year 



PIEDMONT 

HEAD 
RESIDENTS 



Laura Adams, a native from 
Rome, GA, joined the Piedmont 
staff as Head Resident of Get- 
man-Babcock girl's dorm in Sep- 
tember of 1988. Laura is not only 
an asset to the girls dorm, but also 
a motivational force to the stu- 
dent body. Louis Lindsey is anoth- 
er figure the boarding students 
seek for advice and direction. He 
became Head Resident of Purcell 
Hall boy's dorm in December of 
1988. Whether acting as a disci- 
plinary person or a loving paren- 
tal figure, 'Mom' and 1TL' are al- 
ways there for the students to 
learn on. THANKS. 







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Laura Adams 
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ADMISSIONS/ 
RECRUITERS' OFFICE 



This year things have been organized a little 
differently at Piedmont College The Regis- 
trar's and Admissions Office had been divid- 
ed into two separate offices because of 
the raoid expansion of the college student 
body. The Admissions Office, headed by 
Marty Kirkland. receives and gives informa- 
tion to incoming applicants Recruiters. Hal 
Wilkinson, and Craig Tankersley. arrange 
tours of the campus and visit various high 
schools to interest people on attending 
Piedmont after graduation This division has 
proved to be very successful 



The Admissions/Recruiter's Office diligently work hard for the upcoming years at Piedmont Colege 




BUSINESS 
OFFICE 



This year the Business Office has 
also took on a new meaning and 
look at Piedmont College. The of- 
fice itself has been totally remod- 
eled to a current decor which is 
pleasing to the eye. Rache York, 
C.T. Davis, and Kisten Wainberg 
are the ones to thank for the posi- 
tive changes made in the Busi- 
ness Office. The student body is 
grateful for their helpfulness and 
patience when dealing with a fi- 
nancial obstacle. Thank you all 
for your dedicaiton to Piedmont 
College. 




Kisten Wainberg 




Janet Rooks working quietly at her desk. Rachel York, Treasurer, working at her desk trying to better a student's financial situation. 





Secretary to the Registrar. Joyce Brotherton. tries to straighten out the new tall semester sched- 



REGISTRAR'S 
OFFICE 



This year the new Registrar's Of- 
fice took up occupancy in what 
was known as the old book store 
The office carefully monitors stu- 
dent's grades as well as other im- 
portant responsibilities Carol 
Parker was appointed Registrar 
and has made many improve- 
ments within the office Her sec- 
retary. Joyce Brotherton. also 
works diligently to help the Regis- 
trar's Office run more smoothly 
here at Piedmont College 




ALUMNI OFFICE 



Nancy Singer attended the University of Delaware. 
She is the Alumni Director here at Piedmont College. 
She and the Alumni Association encourage interests in 
bringing the Alumni together. Mrs. Singer also helps 
Alumni and students find employment. 




Mary Landrum performs her duties as Mrs. Singer's secretary 
The Class of 1939's 50th year reunion. 




FINANCIAL AID 
OFFICE 



Robert Gregory is the school's Financial Aid Director. He 
attended Lincoln Memorial University where he received 
his A.B. He is in charge of letting students know what kind 
of aid is available for them. Mr. Gregory also gives stu- 
dents grants, loans, or scholarships. If a student has any 
questions to ask, Mr. Gregory is the one to ask. 





PIEDMONT 
LIBRARY 

The E. Louise Patten Memorial Library 
has been names in honor of a former 
librarian at Piedmont College many 
years ago. The college hopes to start 
construction on the new library sight 
within a few years. This year library will 
help the students as well as faculty to 
broaden their knowledge and update 
existing topics listed in the present li- 
brary. Currently, Dr. John Camp is Head 
Librarian and David Pratt along with 
Betty Bryant contribute their time to 
keeping the library in order. 




The Special Services program was de- 
veloped from Upward Bouna which 
was a summer program later used dur- 
ing the academic year Melodie 
Chance. Kathenne King, and Pat Aus- 
tin devote much of their time and skill 
into helping the stuaents with any diffi- 
culties they are experiencing within 
school 






REVEREND 

STEPHEN 

NICKLE 



Reverend Stephen Nickle has been the 
Piedmont College Chaplain as well as the 
Religion teacher for two consecutive 
years. He also provides counseling to 
those students who are in need of guid- 
ance or friendship. Reverend Nickle is an 
important asset to Piedmont College and 
has done an excellent job in arranging 
guest speakers for Chapel and allowing 
students to participate in volunteer ser- 
vices in convocation credit. 



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KATHY ELROD 
THE NURSE 

Kathy Elrod provides her time and skill as 
being the nurse at PC. Kathy has gone well 
out of her way to provide guest speakers on 
different helath issues for students and fac- 
ulty. By providing information throughout 
the dorms, many student's worries are 
eased from these pamphlets. Kathy also 
lends an open ear and gives confidential 
advice when needed. 




MAINTENANCE 

The men responsible for the many physi- 
cal improvements mad on Piedmont's 
campus are Arnold and Mark. This year 
these two maintenance men along with 
student workers have done a remarkable 
job in keeping the college campus look- 
ing beautitul and making the necessary 
repairs on all of the buildings. Without Ar- 
nold and Mark, the girls dorm would have 
floated away with all of the leaks they 
had in the dorm. The list of wonders these 
men have done continues on Their work 
is greatly appreciated!!! 



ARNOLD BURTON for President! 









PROFESSIONAL 
FOOD 

MANAGEMENT 



Along with the many changes at PC thus 
year, the remodeling of the cafeteria 
was one that the students looked for- 
ward to seeing The cafeteria was com- 
pletely redecorated and a new food ser- 
vice was contracted to help with the 
improvements Beverly Thompson is head 
of the Professional Food Management at 
Piedmont and the following people assist 
her in the cafeteria Marjie Frye. Theda 
Moore. Louis Castner . and Joey Kennedy 




ECHOES ON TOP THE HILL 




Pat Austin 
Special Services 



Windy Charles Dr. Clarence Duncan 

Special Services Accounting 




Dr. Luther Elrod Dr. Mark Gardner Cheryl Goldsleger Dr. Manuel Gonzalez 

Chemistry Economics Art Spanish 




Dr. David Greene Coach Steve Harwood Kathy King 

English Physical Education Special Services 



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Df Lisa Lumpkin 
Engfch 




Dr Fred Maddux 
Political Science 


Chaplain Stephen Nickle Dr W*am Potord 
Religion Accounting 


Mathematics 




FACULTY NOT PCTURED - 

Dr John Co/mack — Computer 

Dr W*am O'Connor — Education 

Dr Jane McFernn — Education 

Dr W*am Smith — Engfcsh 

Dr Carlos Camp — Botogy 

Dr Rob Wenberg - Botogy 

Dr Reza Ahangar — Mathematics 

Dr Vijaya Kandoia — Physics 

Dr James Melchamp — Music 

Dr Ralph Singer - HBtory 

Dr Atoert Pleysier - rtstory 

Dr Emerson Brooking — Psychology 

Dr Kenneth Melchar — Soaotogy 



SENIORS OF 1989 




ANNE BORN JOHN BREWER SHARON BROCK BRADLEY BROWN 







DEBBIE BURRELL STANLEY CARTER SAMUEL CHIANG ALOK DHITAL 




USA DODD SUSAN DUCKETT KAREN ELLARD NEVA FAIN 




RENOTA FREE DONNA GENTRY JEFFREY GERRELL SHERRI GERRIN 







TIM GOSS MONICA GRAFTON RAM GURUNG TAMERA ULL 




RENAE HOUSE ANDREA JONES CHRIS KENNEDY ROBBY KIDD 




STACY KING RICHARD KLAUBER LEE KRIVSKY 







SARANYA KUSAWADEE TARA LEE RENA LOGGINS DEREK LOVINS 





TERI MARTIN GREG MASHBURN DIANE MCKAY 






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JAMES NEAL DIEGO PADILLA GAIL POLAND 




LEE POWELL DAWN PRATHER CONNIE QUARLES BRENDA RICE 




RANDY SMITH SONY A STOCKTON DIANE STOCKTON ANGELA TATUM 



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PATRICE WAIER 




AMY WARD 



CRANLEY WARD RENEE YORK 




Dreams 

Hold fast to dreams 

For if dreams die 

Life is a broke-winged bird 

That cannot fly 

Hold fast to dreams 
For when dreams go 
Life is a barren field 
Frozen with snow 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



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JAMES ADAMS RONALD BLEVINS 




TERRY MCCREARY 



RUTH HOFFMAN 




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KIMBERLY SHELL 



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DIANA TURNER 




1989 

SENIOR 

DIRECTORY 



Donatus Alarms 
1750 Norton Dr. #l-7 
Gainesville, GA 531- 
9702 

Richard M. Austin 
P.O. Box 447 
Demorest, GA 30535 

Page Alberts 

Apt. H-2 Pineforest 

Apt 

Baldwin, GA 30511 

Pamela Kay 

Anderson 

Box 78A, Cawthon 

Rd. 

Toccoa, GA 30577 

Nancy Barrett 
Rt. 2 Box 2450 
Cornelia, GA 30531 

Jonathan Beaufait 
Rt. 1 Box 83 
Helen, GA 30545 

Elizabeth Anne Born 
Rt. 5 Box 5668 
Clarkesville, GA 
30523 

John Brewer 

1 10 Sandstone Cir. 

Athens, GA 30605 

Dennis Brock 
Rt. 2 Box 263 
Martin, GA 30557 

Bradley John Brown 

Rt. 1 Box 645 

Mt. Airy, GA 30563 

Vance William Brown 
Rt. 1 Box 129 
Baldwin, GA 30511 



Debbie Ann Burrell 
P.O. Box 334, 
Bridgecreek 
Tiger, GA 30576 

Ronald Byers 
P.O. Box 944 
Blairsville, GA 30512 

Francis Callahan 
119 Sunset Lane 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Stanley Eugene 

Carter 

Rt. 1 

Demorest, GA 30535 

Perri Lee Carver 
P.O. Box 1933 
Clayton, GA 30525 

Danny Chitwood 

P.O. Box 55 

Mt. Airy, GA 30563 

Philip Cronic 

Rt. 2 

Lula, GA 30554 

Tom Crosby 
153 Patsy Drive 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Stephanie Leigh 

Davis 

104 Cane Brake 

Toccoa, GA 30577 

Alok Dhital 
Ja-2 Box 313 
Kathmandu 3, Nepal 

Lisa Dodd 

515 Rosedale St. 

Toccoa, GA 30577 

Susan Duckett 
P.O. Box 912 
Baldwin, GA 30511 



Karen Elizabeth 

Durniak 

Rt. 2 #26 Rolling 

Meadow Dr. 

Mt. Airy, GAf 30563 

Neva Jeanette Fain 
P.O. Box 682 
Demorest, GA 30535 

Jeannine Estes 
279 Prather Bridge 
Bridge Rd. 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Angie Fitzpatrick 
P.O. Box 21 
Cleveland, GA 
30528 

Renota Free 
P.O. Box 153 
Tiger, GA 30576 

Jeffrey Thomas 

Freeman 

Rt. 3 Box 3370 

Martin, GA 30557 

James Edward 

Fulbright 

Rt. 1 Box 292 

Toccoa, GA 30577 

Donna Gentry 
126 Linton Ave. 
Lavonia, GA 30553 

Jeffrey Gerrell 

Rt. 3 Box 3422 129 

N. 

Cleveland, GA 

30528 

Sherri Lynn Gerrin 
Rt. 2 Box 2347 
Clarkesville, GA 
30523 

Jewell Gordon 
Rt. 3 Box 102 
Commerce, GA 
30529 

Charles Timothy Goss 
Rt. 1 Box 24K 
Dewy Rose, GA 
30634 

Joyce Griffin 

1009 Andrews Street 

Toccoa, GA 30577 



Mike Griner 
P.O. Box 978 
Demorest, GA 30535 

Ram Nath Gurung 

G.A.A. Thamei, G.P. 

50 

Kathmandu, Nepal 

Leora Kay Haynes 
P.O. Box 322 
Eastanollee, GA 
30538 

Tamera Hill 
Rt. 1 Box 5139 
Gillsville, GA 30543 

Verna Lou Howard 
Rt. 2 Box 2328 
Clayton, GA 30525 

Tina Hunnicutt 
Rt. 1 Box 69A 
Rabun Gap, GA 
30568 

Tammie Nancy Irvin 
Rt. 2 Box 84 
Alto, GA 30510 

Edith Ann Jameson 
Rt. 3 Box 311 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Charles Mark Jenkins 
303 Julia Ct. 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Andrea Gayle Jones 
Rt. 5 Box 5636 
Clarkesville, GA 
30523 

Tammy Lynn Kelley 
Rt. 3 Box 3217 
Camesville, GA 
30521 

Chris Kennedy 
5836 Heritage Lane 
Stone Mountain, GA 
30087 

Rajendra Khadayat 
Battishputali 9A2, 367 
Kathmandu, Nepal 

E. Lee King 
Rt. 1 Box 1998 
Demorest, GA 30535 



Stacy Ellen King 
P.O. Box 946 
Demorest, GA 30535 

Perry Kwok 
Apt. 315-415 
Westview St. 
Vancouver, BC, 
Hong Kong 

Richard Neil Landers 

Rt. 1 Box 67 

Mt. Airy, GA 30563 

Mary Landrum 
Rt. 5 box 5650 
Clarkesville, GA 
30523 

Lara Lee 

Rt. 2 Box 120 

Mt. Airy, GA 30563 

Tara Lee 

Rt. 2 Box 120 

Mt. Airy, GA 30563 

Alice Loudermilk 
Rt. 2 Box 2726 
Cornelia, GA 30531 

Derek Lovins 
Rt. 2 Box 22 
Dearing, GA 30808 

Kiroyoshi Machida 
5-14-21 Miyazaki 
Kawasaki 213, Japan 

Sonya Maney 
Rt. 1 Box 1381 
Demorest, GA 30535 

Teresa Martin 
Rt. 2 Box 2831 
Cornelia, GA 30535 

Kimberly Ann Massey 
Rt. 2 Box 262 
Martin, GA 30577 

Luis Matos 
P.O. Box 1669 
Caracas. Vanezuela 

Jill McDonald 
P.O. Box 481 
Baldwin. GA 30511 

Todd McDuffie 
Rt. 1 Box 124 
Baldwin. GA 30511 



Donna Lynn Mize 
Rt. 1 Box 1592 
Cornelia, GA 30531 

Harold Moore 
313 N. Rushing St. 
Glennville, GA 30427 

Jill Moore 

265 Lakeview Hgts. 

Cornelia, GA 30531 

Boon Sun Ong 
34 B LRGH, Bunga 
Kaya Prk. 
Penang, Malaysia 

Diego Padilla 
P.O. Box 327 
Truelove Rd. 
Cleveland, GA 
30528 

Billy Payne 
311 South Pine 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Somkhith Phapakdy 
6 Edwards Street 
Cornelia, GA 30531 

Joe Archie Pitts 

Rt. 1 Box 35 

Mt. Airy, GA 30563 

Linda Gayla Pitts 
P.O. Box 1271 
Clarkesville, GA 
30523 

Gail Poland 
P.O. Box 245 
Toccoa. GA 30577 

Lee Howard Powell 
P.O. Box 491 
Demorest. GA 30535 

Mike Pruitt 

3701 Poplar Springs 

Rd 

Gainesville. GA 

30501 

Connie Andrea 

Quarles 

Rt 1 Box 1171 

Demorest. GA 30535 

Brenda Teresa Rice 
Rt 2 Box 282-B 
Royston. GA 30662 



Henrietta Roberts 
P.O. Box 67 
Dillard. GA 30537 

Kimberly Yvonne 

Rogers 

Rt. 1 Box 132 

Eastanollee, GA 

30538 

Natalie Rogers 
P.O. Box 834 
Clayton, GA 30525 

Donna Rumsey 
P.O. Box 64 
Dillard. GA 30537 

David Sheckells 
1498 Holly Bank 
Circle 

Dunwoody. GA 
30338 

Prakash Silwal 
20/311 Naxal 
Bagamati 
Kathmandu, Nepal 

Randy Smith 
3403 Lakeland Rd. 
Gainesville. GA 
30506 

Kim Smith 
P.O. Box 483 
Lavonia. GA 30553 

Shelene Smith 
P.O. Box 876 
Demorest. GA 30535 

Sherenna Smith 
Rt 5 Box 469 
Commerce. GA 
30529 

Buddy St Clair 
106 Roselane 
Toccoa. GA 30577 

Lisa Stanley 
Dial Box 49 
Blue Ridge, GA 
30513 

Karl Studivant 
118 Turner Road 
Jefferson. GA 30549 



Patti Swofford 
Rt. 4 Box 4472 
Cleveland. GA 
30528 

Angela Tatum 
Rt 3 

Dawsonville. GA 
30534 

Anthony Teasley 

Rt. 1 Box 170 Combs 

Ave. 

Martin. GA 30557 

Molly 

Thammavongsa 
1950 Hendnx St. 
Cornelia. GA 30531 

Patrice Water 
3665 Whiting Rd. 
Gainesville, GA 
30501 

Amy Ward 

94 East Walnut St 

Cornelia. GA 30531 

Glenda Welch 
P.O. Box 58 
Mountain City. GA 
30562 

Rebecca Wheeler 
838 Falls Rd 
Toccoa. GA 30577 

Caroline Anne West 
P.O. Box 1663 
Clayton. GA 30525 

Leroy Whiting 
5737 Stephens Rd. 
Flowery Branch. GA 
30542 

Barry Charles Wikle 
P O. Box 1079 
Cornelia. GA 30531 

Robert Matthew 

Williams 

230 Julia Lane 

Toccoa. GA 30577 

Renee York 
P.O. Box 1029 
Demorest. GA 30535 



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Laura Adams 
Sheila Adams 

Darren Anderson 
Brad Ash 

Danielle Bachant 



Lillian Baus 

Jonathan Beaufait 

Vance Brown 

Roberta Callahan 

Jill Canady 



Jeff Casper 

Ronald Champion 

Danny Chitwood 

Thomas Crosby 

Lisa Dabbs 



Sonya Davidson 

Ken Dietrich 

Jennifer Dodd 

Chip Duncan 

Rohit Duvadie 



Laura Edney 

Tracy Ferguson 

Jeff Freeman 

Mary Fry 

Jewell Gordon 



Mike Griner 

Donald Harris 

Don Henry 

Chikako Hirayama 

Betsy Holley 





Vema Howard 
Charles Jenkns 
Kendra Jones 
Sandy Jones 
Lynndy Kke 



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Mary Landrum 
Kurt Langston 
Teresa Martn 



Jo Ann Massey 
Kmberiy Massey 
Patrick MayfieW 
Greg McCal 
Leah McColum 



Tammy McDante) 
Todd McDuffie 
Harold Moore 
Lisa Morns 
Dhanajay Mudbhary 



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Kevin h*x 
George Nxon 
Lon Payne 
Sontkehu Phapakdy 



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Meme Rice 
Goyio Rilchte 
Janet Pooki 



Dexter Sanders 

Shelene Smith 

Sherenna Smith 

Margaret Stabler 

Cindy Stonecypher 



Wendy Wall 
Joseph Wheeler 
Jimmy Whelchel 





SOPHOMORES 

James Addis 
Momque Agtxx 
Bert Aspnwal 
Mark Austn 
Ann Bajrocharya 



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Chod Beosley 
Crag Be 
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Linda Benhetd 



Lisa Bolton 
Clay Bridges 
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Jodi Cannon 
Mchoel Carrol 



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Jmmy Cash 
Janet Chrtwood 
Marty Clark 
Cns Cook 



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Mfce Duncan 

Mcneto Duval 
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Gary Farley 
Brian Fisher 

Steve Fleming 
Dennis Flint 

Michelle Fuller 



Jim Gallagher 

Donna Green 

Eve-Lynne Guillemette 

Chrissy Hannan 

Leah Harris 



Marie Heath 

Kathy Holcomb 

Stacie Holcomb 

Stewart Holcombe 

Karen Hughes 



Deborah Irvin 

Selena James 

Jeff Jenkins 

Tom Johnson 
Kenneth Jones 



Mike Knepp 

Patrick Lama 

Bobby Lett 

Tim Lord 

Kimberly Lowery 



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Gina Martin 

Joel Massey 

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Carlton Speed 
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Shannon Staton 
Deborah Stone 



Jeffrenla Tatum 

Ann Treadway 

Matt Tucker 

Becky Turpen 

Laura Turpen 



Barry Van Diver 

Karen Vaughn 

Marty Veal 

Bruce Warner 

David Wehunt 





FRESHMEN 

Pam Adams 
Nancy Alexander 
Bart Alen 
Stephen Alen 
Amy Aycock 



Bomta Bogfey 
Sonet Bagley 
Jennifer Baker 
Stanley Beastey 
Matt Benson 



Trocy Bloodworm 
Paul Brarmen 
Pam Brotherton 



Darta Brown 
Keith Bryan 
Robert Calawoy 
Trtftany Cantrel 
Kmberty Canup 



iryan Capes 
©anCappo 
'atrck Carpenter 
I Todd Casper 
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Deborah Chartes 
O*o Cheapoo 
Domo Cleveland 
Lao Oevetand 
KymCoiOVtt 



Teresa Cook 

Jeff Crawford 

Mary Curry 

Ram Dangol 

Kelly Darnell 



Diana Davenport 

Brandon Davis 

Anna Dekle 

Julie Deiong 

Mimi D'entremont 



Amy Desjardins 

Michelle Drennan 

Keith Edwards 

Terri Edwards 

Francis Ekole 



Joe Elder 

Ami Elliott 

Andrea Estelle 

Steve Farley 

Shirley Fisher 



Shannon Floyd 

Trent Fricks 

Lesa Gabrels 

Michael Gailey 

Kenny Galloway 



Linda Galloway 

Jeff Gambrell 

Todd Gant 

Judith Gase 

Andi Gilleland 





John Gem 
Jm Gnmshow 
Steve Hofford 
Lcxri Hornby 
Steve Harden 



John Hedgecough 
Eric Hxrks 
Tony rtQdon 
Oonne Hi 
Lone Hlton 



Blake House 
ToddHowt 
Matt HurJow 
Rod Huahey 
Patti Hunmcutt 



Taynxxw Hunter 
Dro rv»e 
Kathleen Jenkns 
Wayne Jones 
Tonya Jordan 



Daphne Kom . 

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ModaiKai 



John Krippner 

Eiichi Kudo 

Wesley Landers 

Jason Lawrence 

Alleta Lee 



Wendy Leung 
Jeff Lewallen 

Carolyn Lewis 

Danny Ling 

Jason Logan 



Renee Loudermilk 
Eugene Ludlam 
Denise Marable 
Bridget! Marcus 
Elizabeth Marsh 



Jeanette Martin 

Tina Martin 

Lisa Mauk 

Thomas McCoy 

Erin McManus 



Brenda Mewborne 

Mario Miller 

Stephanie Miller 

Kevin Moore 

Leslie Moore 



James Mosley 
Michihiro Nagasu 
Christine Newlon 

Judy Nichols a 

Sharon Nix . f 



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Donne (Dinger 
Kazi/wo Ozawa 
Keley Partan 
Perry Prather 
Christy Prufrt 




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Susan Robnson 
AJ Rohng 
Roderick RuCker 
Stephanie Rocker 
Goger Ramsey 



Vtvkx> Ryan 
Ondy Sams 
Suresh Shaky a 
Kinbert Srnmemon 
Sherrie Sens 



Jamie Siuder 
John Smith 
Metesa Smith 
Tabrtha Smith 
Stacey Spruel 



Edward Stamey 
Jock* Stand 
Canandra Statom 
Sandy Steete 







Scarlett Stephens 

Amy Stevenson 

Kathy Strickland 

Catherine Sturdivant 

Purvshotta Subedi 



Jeff Suggs 

Ed Tallant 

Cammy Taylor 

Melissa Terrell 

Brett Thomas 



Tanya Thompson 

Cathy Thurmond 

Brian Turner 

Brian Vandiver 

Kristi Vaughn 



Tara Walter 

Kerry Ward 

Karla Watson 

Michelle Webb 

Sheila Welborn 



Tammy Wheeler 

Jodi White 

James Wikle 

Crystal Wiley 

Steve Wood 



Christi Woodham 
Becky Wooten 
Richard Wright 
Rachelle Yates 
Terrell Yelverton 





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Student 
Government 
Association 



The Student Government Association is an 
organization which represents the Piedmont 
student body for extracurricular activities as 
well as educational purposes. Any student 
can participate in SGA and express their 
opinion on issues occuring on campus. The 
SGA acts as a voice from the students and 
also prepares various schools functions for 
enjoyment. 




LTL and Chip carefully vallet the person on the high ropes course. 




1988-89 SGA members: Chris Kennedy, Ben Cash, Matt Benson, Jim 
Grimshaw, Bill Beehler, Danielle Bachant, Janet Rooks, Rachelle Mathews, 
Eve-Lynne Guillemette, Shelene Smith, Michelle Duvall, Chip Duncan, and 
Maria Costello. 



Jody tries not to panic making her landing. 



Each year the student body 
elects four members to represent 
them as SGA officers These offi- 
cers fulfill the responsibility of or- 
ganizing committees, meetings, 
and various activities for Pied- 
mont students and staff It is a 
great honor and a lot of strenu- 
ous work to be an SGA officer 
However, the benefits of making 
student's college years more 
educative and exciting makes 
everything worth while. The 1988- 
89 Student Government Associa- 
tion officers are as follows Vice 
President Ben Cash (JR), President 
Chip Duncan (JR), Secretary 
Mary White (SPH). and Treasurer 
Maria Costello (SPH). 



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Baptist 
Student 
Union 



The Baptist Student Union functions as a cen- 
ter of Christian fellowship at Piedmont Col- 
lege. The BSU stresses as it's underlying theme 
living in Christ daily and loving others through 
Him. Weekly meetings provide a consistent 
time of fellowship with other students. Mem- 
bers also have the opportunity to serve as 
missionaries during Summer, Christmas, and 
Spring breaks. 

BSU MEMBERS (88-89): Doug Register, Jim 
Grimshaw, Jason Moore, Cathy Thurmond, 
Tim Lord, Jeffrenia Tatum, Laura Edney, Andy 
Burks, Rachel Matthews, Bonita Bagley, Brid- 
gett Marcus, Rachelle Yates. OFFICERS: Chris 
Kennedy, Ben Cash, Amber Ray, Nancy Alex- 
ander, Ame Treadway, Dexter Sanders, Matt 
Benson, and Hal Wilkinson (Faculty Advisor). 



BSU Gatlinburg retreat in Gatlin- 
burg, Tennessee. 





Commerce 

Division 

Club 



The Commerce Division Club was created a 
few years ago and Dr. Mark Gardner is cur- 
rently the advisor of this business oriented 
club. The CDC gives students the opportuni- 
ty to find out about the available job posi- 
tions within the surrounding counties They 
are also able to meet the affiliates of some 
of these major corporations by having 
guest speakers come and inform the stu- 
dents about their company in a CDC meet- 
ing. The Commerce Division Club is open to 
any student interested in attending a meet- 
ing. The officers and board members are 
hoping to expand the size of this organiza- 
tion through guest speakers as well as stu- 
dents 

1988-89 CDC representatives Ken Dietrich 
(JR). Diego Padillo (SR), Shelene Smith (JR). 
and Dr. Gardner (ADVISOR). 



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COMPASS 

Club 



Piedmont has welcomed a new club to 
its campus. During the 1988-89 academic 
year, the Compass Club received it's cer- 
tificate of organization. Throughout the 
year, they had several projects. Each 
one was very successful. This was only the 
first year for the Compass Club and with 
such a great start they can only get bet- 
ter. The officers that served during the 
year were: Secretary Kim Smith, Vice 
President Julie Tucker, and President Rich- 
ard Parry. 




The Pilot Club of Toccoa and the Pilot Club of Habersham County recently organized a Compass Club on the 
campus of Piedmont College. The extension areas of the clubs are responsible for setting up this new organization. 
A charter service was held in the Piedmont Chapel on Sunday, Jan. 8. Participating were Carol Parker, faculty, 
advisor and member of Habersham Pilot Club; Mary Vaughn, President of Pilot Club of Toccoa; Ann Adams, i 
immediate past President of Pilot International who presented the certificate of organization; Richard Parry. I 
Compass Club president; Sara Hayes, extension area leader; and Debbie Cain, President of Habersham Pilot Club. 



LION'S 
PAUSE 



The Lion's Pause Newspaper Staff has 
done a remarkable job in printing the PC 
campus newspaper. This newspaper in- 
forms the student body and staff of cur- 
rent issues that are occuring at Piedmont 
or nation wide. Skip Wilhite is the advisor 
of the Lion's Pause and Matt Benson is the 
editor. Matt has received much of his as- 
sistance from the following students: Rick 
Parry, Donna Gentry, Amber Ray, and 
Bonita Bagley. For the first time, there will 
be a summer edition of the Lion's Pause 
Newspaper. This edition will be available 
to all new, incoming and returning stu- 
dents. A number of advertisements and 
articles will inform the Piedmont student 
body of the activities open to everyone 
on and off PC campus. Keep up the 
great work, Matt. 




PIEDMONT CHAPEL CHOIR 





Piedmont's Chapel Choir continues to grow under the d 
tion of Mr Robert Prowse Accompanying the choir on pianc 
and organ Is Dr James Meliichamp and Cyndi Wood The 
Choir's dedication and hard work shows each week as they 
sing in chapel. Chapel Choir is open to all students and faculty 
members who have the desire to sing We are pleasea witf 
the choir and are looking forward to seeing it grow more and 
more. 

PIEDMONT CHAPEL CHOR: Nancy AlexanOer. Bomta Bogiey. 
Donna Cleveland. Lara Lee. Sheia Spencer. Room Tpton. 
Amber Ray. Ame Treadway. Jodl Cannon. Anne Bane. Jenni- 
fer Charles. Cyndi Wood. Racheiie Yates Margaret Zodel 
Betsy Pence. Eric Dickerson. Stocy Nichols Jewel Wfc. Rid 
Austin. Jason Moore. Cindy Sams. Brod Brown. Leroy Whiting 
Dr. Greene. Rick Austin. Robert Prowse (DtfectoO. Dt Jam»js 
Millichamp (Organist). Cyndi Wood (Pianist) 



Chapel Choir strutting their stuff 




CHAMBER SINGERS 

ECHOES OF A GREAT BEGINNING 

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CHAMBER SINGERS: (SOPRANOS) Nancy Alex- 
ander, Bonita Bagley, Donna Cleveland, Lara 
Lee, Sheila Spencer, Robin Tipton. (ALTOS) 
Anne Born, Cindy Sams, Cyndi Wood, Rachelle 
Yates, Margaret Zadel. (TENORS) Eric Dicker- 
son, Stacy Nichols, Jewell Willis. (BASS) Rick 
Austin, Brad Brown, Leroy Whiting. (DIRECTOR) 
Mr. Robert Prowse. (ACCOMPANIST) Dr. James 
Millichamp. (STUDENT ACCOMPANIST) Cyndi 
Wood. 







The Chamber Singers is an auditioned vocal group 
which presents special programs during the aca- 
demic year This group maintains an active touring 
schedule visiting churches in many parts of the 
country as a means of increasing support for the 
college Past tours have taken the Chamber Singers 
to Florida. Wisconsin, and California The 1988-89 
academic year has proven to be a successful year 
for the Chamber Singers as well as the Musk: De- 
partment. On Nov 25-26. the Chamber Singers 
toured the New England states, singing in New York. 
New Jersey. Connecticut, and Massachusetts On 
March 17-23. the Chamber Singers win be tounng 
the Los Angeles area of California, ond erx*ng the* 
season with a concert in Phoenix. Arizona Rochele 
Yates 



Student 
Georgia 

Association 

of 
Educators 




The Student Georgia Association of Edu- 
cators was formed on behalf of the stu- 
dents majoring in Education. The Educa- 
tion Department has been recognized for 
it's outstanding education students and 
takes great pride in representing SGAE. 
This organization has had fund raisers such 
as bake and breakfast sales to help re- 
duce the cost of SGAE dues and various 
activities. The 1988-89 SGAE officers are: 
Sonya Stockton, President; Henrietta 
Roberts, Vice President; Mary Landrum, 
Secretary /Treasurer; and Gayla Ritchie, 
Historian. 

1988-89 SGAE members: Diann Mat- 
thews, Renee York, Lara Lee, Connie 
Quarles, Patrice Waier, Lisa Dodd, An- 
drea Jones, Renae House, Verna Howard, 
Gayla Ritchie, Jill McDonald, Amy Ward, 
Tammy Kelley, Jeff Gerrell, Dennis Brock, 
Susan Duckett, Mary Landrum, Neva Fain, 
Henrietta Roberts, Tara Lee, Sherri Geirin, 
Kimberli Simmemon, Sonya Stockton, 
Pam Adams, Patti Swofford, and Karen 
Vaughn. 



SGAE's 1988 elected Homecoming representative 
was Sonya Stockton. 



Dr. Mary C. Lane presented Sonya Stockton the Student Georgia Association of Educa- 
tors Award for her excellent school performance and high GPA. 




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CROSS- 
CULTURAL 
FRIENDS 



In an effort to provide better services for 
international students. Piedmont College 
is in the process of forming a new campus 
organization. The purpose of the Cross- 
Cultural Friends is not to isolate the inter- 
national students, rather, it is to incorpo- 
rate them into the main framework of the 
school. Hence, the name — Cross-Cultur- 
al Friends. Any student, faculty or staff 
member interested in reaching across 
cultural barriers to encourage those who 
have come to Demorest. GA., to study 
are welcome to participate in the orga- 
nization of this timely group. 




RESIDENT 
ADVISORS 



Being a Resident Advisor requires a strong 
commitment and desire to help other stu- 
dents. An RA is someone who is available 
to others for emotional support, counsel- 
ing, discipline, and academic guidance. 
The hours are often long and tideous, but 
the rewards are many. These rewards are 
often in the form of long lasting friend- 
ships created through bonds of trust with 
other students. A Resident Advisor's posi- 
tion gives one the opportunity to devel- 
op strong leadership skills to be applied in 
their future. It is a great honor to be given 
the title of RA, but it is even greater to 
earn the respect of other students 
through this title. 



1988-89 RA's: Shelene Smith, Janet 
Rooks, Jewell Gordon, Kim Smith, Jodi 
Tate, Chris Kennedy, Harold Moore, Mike 
Edwards, Jeff Casper, and Raymond 
Kent. 



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Janet Rooks takes time out for a little fun. 




PIEDMONT 

STUDENT 

WORKERS 



There are many students at Piedmont Colege who 
help pay their tuition through working on campus 
These students are employed by the offices and 
different departments to help keep expenses and 
tuition down as much as possible It can be very 
strenuous going to school full time and also workng 
17-20 hours a week, but for some students there is 
no other answer Piedmont Co»ege's work study 
program is able to cooperate with the students n 
their working hours and this makes the student's 
college years less hectic 




WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




Jill M. Moore 
Diego Padilla 
Gail Poland 
Paula K. Popham 
Cara L. Prater 
Laura M. Ritcey 
Angela J. Tatum 
Cranley T. Ward 




ALPHA CHI 




1989 HONOR'S DAY AWARDS 

HONOR GRADUATES 
SUMMA CUM LAUDE 
Sonyo Money 
Laura Ritcey^ 
Diane Stover 
Alok Dhital 




MAGNA CUM LAUDE 
Sherri Gerrin 
M Moore 
Connie Quartes 




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Edward Stamey 



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Bass 
Brock 
Gentry 
Vlath Gurung 
Perry Kwok 
Gail Poland 
Kim Smithy 
Cranley i 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
SENIORS ^| 

Kim S r nitn 
Shelene Smith 



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JUNIORS 

Jenrvfe' rhorie? 
Ken Dietr ch 
Jo Ann Masse y 
Julie Tucl' er 






Tom Crosby 



ECONOMICS 

Outstanding Student — Rajendra Khad jyat 

Most Improved Student — Ginger Su 



EDUCATION 

Early Childhood — Tammy, Kelley. Son\ a Money. Ji Moore 
Middle Grades — Ronald Byers. Sherri ( -errin. Connie Quarles 
^eoandaMEducation — Dennis Brock 

, C. Lane Future Teacher Excellence Award — 



MATHEMATICS 
Gail Ciapman 
Urrrsh Upadhyay 

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PIEDMONT 
CLASS 

OFFICERS 



Each year a group of students are selected to 
represent the student body at Piedmont Col- 
lege. These students voice their opinions on 
the decisions and actions carried out by the 
administration. They also voice the opinions of 
the students within their class who elected 
these class officers. It is a great accomplish- 
ment and honor to be elected as an officer. 
The officers spend many hours working with 
advisers in trying to benefit the needs and 
wants of these students. All in all, our class 
officers have been very successful in the activ- 
ities and events they have planned for the 
school year. We are looking forward to the 
new and exciting 1989-90 school year and the 
class officers that will be carried on. 




Freshmen Officers: Jim Grimshaw (VP), Matf Hudlow (SEC). Maft Benson 
(PRES). 





Senior Officer: Chris Kennedy (PRES). 



Junior Officers Janef Rooks (SEC). Danielle Bochant (PRES). SheJene Smith 




) Officers Rachel Matthews (VP). Michele Duval (SEC) M Beehte* 



LION'S BASKETBALL 




Piedmont is an aca- 
demic institution at 
which athletics is a 
part. In the athletic de- 
partment, we are 
whole-heartedly com- 
mitted to one goal — 
developing an excel- 
lent program that en- 
riches the lives of both 
the college community 
and its student-ath- 
letes. Coach Maxie 
Skinner 




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ROW 1 Steve Hardin. Brian Turner, Robbie Williams. Kevin Nix. 
Tim Blair. Brandon Davis. Bobby Lett ROW 2 Chad Beasley. 
Bob Knapp. Trent Frlcks. Matt Hudlow. Danny Mahatley ROW 
3 Ronald Champion. Anthony Teastey. Eric Wiioms. Rod 
Hughey. Harold Brown STANDING William Aker 



Nov 


1 


LaGrange 


HOME 


Nov 


4 


Central Wesieyan 


AWAY 


Nov 


7 


Erskine 


HOME 


Nov 


9 


Berry 


HOME 


Nov 


11 


Brewton Parker 


HOME 


Nov 


12 


Central Wesieyan 


HOME 


Nov 


14 


Shorter 


HOME 


Nov 


15 


Toccoa FaHs 


AWAY 


'. . 


16 


Ga College 


HOME 


Nov 


18-19 


Wingate Tournament 


AWAY 


Jan 


3 


Southern Tech 


HOME 


Jan 


5-7 


Covenant Tournament 


AWAY 


Jan 


9 


Georgia State 


AWAY 


Jan 


12 


Georgia Southwestern 


AWAY 




13 


Brewton Porker 


AWAY 


Jan 


18 


Kennesaw 


AWAY 


Jan 


21 


Wofford 


AWAY 


Jan 


23 


Ga Colege 


AWAY 


Jan 


25 


Southern Tech 


AWAY 


Jan 


28 


LaGrange 


AWAY 


Jan 


30 


North Georgia 


HOME 


■ ■ : 


2 


Georgia Southwestern 


HOME 


■ ■ : 


4 


Berry 


AWAY 


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6 


Shorter 


AWAY 


Feb 


8 


Citadel 


AWAY 




13 


Kennesaw 


HOME 






North Georgia 





LADY LIONS 
BASKETBALL 



11/9 Berry (HOME) 
11/11 Tennessee Temple (HOME) 
11/12 West Florida (HOME) 
11/14 Shorter (HOME) 
11/15 Toccoa Falls (AWAY) 
11/16 Ga. College (HOME) 
11/18 Covenant (AWAY) 
11/19 Emory (AWAY) 
1/5-7 Covenant Tourn. (AWAY) 
1/12 Ga. Southwestern (AWAY) 
1/14 Tennessee Temple (AWAY) 
1/18 Kennesaw (AWAY) 
1/23 Ga. College (AWAY) 



1/24 Brewton Parker (HOME) 
1/26 Covenant (HOME) 
1/30 North Georgia (HOME) 
2/ 2 Ga. Southwestern (HOME) 
2/ 4 Berry (AWAY) 
2/ 6 Shorter (AWAY) 
2/ 8 Emory (HOME) 
2/13 Kennesaw (HOME) 
2/15 North Georgia (AWAY) 
2/16 Toccoa Falls (HOME) 
2/20 Brewton Parker (AWAY) 





Top Row (L-R): Dina, Ivie, Kerry Mote, Christy Woodham, Laura 
Morgan, Christy Pruitt, Nicole Rawls, Leslie Moore. Middle Row 
(L-R): Andi Gilleland, Renee York, Tina Martin, Chenelle Raines, 
Tabitha Smith, Mary Curry. Bottom Row (L-R): Heather Pilgrim, 
Karla Watson, Mario Miller, Marie Heath, Tammy Ross, Pat 
Lewis. 



Things are beginning to look much brighter for the 
Lady Lions Basketball team. This year the team 
gained many more players and the girls were 
able to set their differences aside and work as a 
team. This unity within the team was shown on 
the court during the games. Despite the losses, 
the girls never gave up and were always eager 
to create ways of improving. We're looking for- 
ward to seeing the Lady Lions in action next year. 




LION'S CHEERLEADERS 




1989 Cheerleaders — 
John Calloway 

(Coach), Nancy Alex- 
ander (FR), Amy Des- 
jardins (FR), Rachelle 
Yates (FR), Todd Gant 
(FR), Jay Lawrence 
(FR), Jim Grimshaw 
(FR), Ami Elliott (FR, 
Manager), Sheila 
Spencer (JR, Captain), 
Matt Benson (FR, Man- 
ager), Jody Cannon 
(JR), Doug Register 
(FR). 



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NS 



This year the Lion Cheerleaders gave Piedmont 
College a new meaning to school spirit. Each 
member's enthusiasm and hard work paid oft during 
their performances at the games. The newest addition 
to the squad are Jay Lawrence, Doug Register. Jim 
^ # « Grimshaw, and Todd Grant. They helped to make the 

nurr_ squad the best Piedmont has ever had. With the guys 
involved the squad was able to complete and 
perfect stunts during halftime. This year has been a 
promising year for the cheerleaders and next year 
we're looking forward to seeing the squad grow even 




LION'S BASEBALL 




Top Row (L-R): Keith Beverly, Rick Wright, Philip Cronic, Chris Cook, Jeff Winters, Brian Fisher, Shannon Floyd, 
Raymond Kent, David Wehunt, Patrick Mayfield, Terrell Yelverton, John Hedgecough, Brian Capes. 2nd 
Row: Jimmy Whelchel, Randy Smith, Jeff Jenkins, Mike Edwards, Derek Pardue, Derek Lovins, Greg McCall, 
Keith Edwards, Coach Harwood. 3rd Row: Matt Roach, Mike Williams, Keith Orr, Jim Smith, Bert Aspinwall, 
Donny dinger, John Ginn, Jason Logan. 




SR. Players — Philip Cronic, Randy Smith, Derek Lovins. 



2/16 
2/17 
2/18 
2/25 



3/7 
3/11 
3/18 
3/22 
3/24 
3/24 
3/29 
3/30 
3/31 



4/8 
4/12 
4/13 
4/15 
4/19 
4/20 
4/22 
4/29 



Furman AWAY 

Erskine AWAY 

Presbyterian AWAY 

Kennesaw AWAY 

Ga. Southwestern AWAY 

Warren Wilson HOME 

Southern Tech HOME 

Shorter HOME 

LaGrange HOME 

Loras College HOME 

Loras College HOME 

Ga College AWAY 

Berry HOME 

Warren Wilson AWAY 

Presbyterian HOME 

LaGrange AWAY 

Toccoa Falls AWAY 

Southern Tech AWAY 

Ga College HOME 

Berry AWAY 

Toccoa Falls HOME 

Shorter AWAY 

Brewton Parker HOME 

Western Carolina AWAY 

Erskine HOME 

Ga. Southwestern HOME 

Kennesaw HOME 

Brewton Parker AWAY 









9 record the 1989 Piedmont ions 
BasebaM Team bottled bock to rxsve o 
fairly successful season Completing rw 
ttwd year with the ions. Cooch Steve 
Harwood led his young team to a 21- 
29 record The pitching staff was led 
by seniors Randy Smith and Phtp 
Cromc Smith finished the season with 7 
wins, and freshman Bryan Capes 
topped the staff with a low 2 15 ERA 
junior s Jimmy Whekrhel led the bons n 
Mttng unti the last week of the season 
when sophomore Jeff Jenkns sipped 
by him to wn the battng title wtth a 

323 average Freshman Raymond 
Kent and sophomore Chro Cook sup- 
ported the team with extra mttng 
power as Kent has 4 homeruns and 
Cook with 20 RBI s With another year 
of experience under the* ben. the 

1990 Lons baseoal team shows a 
promtsng future 



LIONS SOFTBALL 




Front Row (L-R): Andi Gilleland, Karla Watson, Marie Heath, Wendy Harris, Heather Pilgrim, Tammy McDaniel, 
Renee Loudermilk, Tracy Bloodworth. Second Row: Donna Green, Stephanie Rucker, Christy Woodham, 
Deana Murphy, Sandi Bagley, Janet Rooks, Stacey Spruell. Third Row: Laura Edney, Kerry Ward, Mary Fry, 
Judy Nichols, Alletta Lee, Jurita Hates, Donna Cleveland, Dawne Lingo. 







Coach Stroud shows faith in the team's ^f 
lucky penny. 




This year the Lady Lion's Softball season proved to be an 
exciting one with 33 wins and 22 losses The team also 
finished 3rd in the GIAC Tournament held in Cleveland 
and 2nd at the District 25 Tournament in Milledgevie. 
Georgia Along with the team's success as a unity, there 
were some girls in particular that were recognized for 
their outstanding qualities as a softball player Leah Hen- 
derson and Sandi Bagley made the All Conference 
Team Leah. Sandi. and Judy Nichols mode the Ostnct 25 
Team The 1989 softball season has been one of the best 
the girls have ever had Congratulations Lady L>ons and 
we look forward to seeing you in oction next year 



1989 LION'S TENNIS TEAM 



March 7 


Oglethorpe Un. 


Atlanta 


1:30 PM 


March 30 


Southern Tech 


Marietta 


2:00 PM 


April 3 


Augusta College 


Augusta 


2:00 PM 


April 5 


Toccoa Falls 


Toccoa 


2.00 PM 


April 6 


Truett-McConnell 


Cleveland 


2:00 PM 


April 10 


LaGrange 


LaGrange 


2:30 PM 


April 12 


Toccoa Falls 


Toccoa 


2:00 PM 


April 18 


Covenant College 


Lookoutr Mtn 


1:30 PM 


April 24 


Truett-McConnell 


Cleveland 


2:00 PM 



BOMBS' 



(L-R): Jim Grimshaw, Ralph "BUZZ" 
Singer — Coach, Rachel Math- 
ews, Danny Ling, Kazuhiro 
Ozawa, Tom Crosby and Barry 
Dooley. Not Pictured: Billy Perry, 
Rob Williams, Billy Payne, Kevin 
Moore, and Pat Carpenter. 



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1989 

LION'S 

GOLF 

TEAM 



Mark Whiting, Sophomore; Matt 
Hudlow, Freshman; Steve Hardin, 
Freshman; and Tim Blair, Fresh- 
man. Not Pictured: Trent Fricks. 




1988-89 PIEDMONT COLLEGE 
COACHES 




Bottom (L-R): Steve Harwood, Baseball Coach; Al Stroud, Girl's Softball Coach; Maxie Skinner. Athletic Director 
and Coach; Karl Studivant, Assistant Men's Basketball Coach. Top (L-R): Bobby Jones. Assistant Girl's Softball 
Coach; Ralph Singer, Tennis Coach; and John Calloway. Cheerleading Coach. 




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Life's battles don't always go to the 
stronger or faster man. But sooner or 
later the man who wins is the fellow 
who thinks he can. 



STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER 



Were else but at Piedmont can a student 
experience the thrills ot rafting down the 
Chatooga or maybe learn the skills of an 
intense sport such as ping pong but in the 
Student Center. It is said that there is 
something for everyone here at PC. 
Whether a student wants to enjoy the 
excitement of a movie, or join in a game 
of pool. Piedmont College has it all. 





WHO SAYS WE DON'T HAVE ANY FUN? 



TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! 




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FREAKS COME OUT AT NIGHT! 




Dare to walk alone on this misty night Spooks and 
goblins come together to party their fears away. Bill 
Beehler as himself, the flasher, took second in the 
costume competition along with the unigue Kurt 
Langston as the 'grim reeper' who took first The 
monsters of the night danced to the tunes of Eric 
Williams and Danny Mahaffey or better known as 
Bubba and D-rock. All the administration had to say 
about that night was "only at Piedmont." 




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1989 ECHOES 




COMMERCIAL 

TRAFFIC 



ROCK AT PC! 
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1989 HOMECOMING 



89 HOMECOMING REPRESEN- 
TATIVES: Ami Elliott (FR), 
Mary White (SPH), Joy 
McNeal (SR), Sonya Stock- 
ton (SGAE), Angela Tatum 
(SPANISH), Kelly Partain (FR), 
Renee York (SR), Cassandra 
Staton (BSU), Michelle Duvall 
(SPH), Shelene Smith (JR), 
and Maria Costello (SGA). 







The 1988 Homecoming activities took place on the 
day ot November 12, 1988. During the halftime ot 
the basketball game, the homecoming representa- 
tives were escorted onto the court tor one last look 
betore the big dance that night in the Student Cen- 
ter where the Queen would be announced. The 
representatives and their escorts led the tirst dance 
atter the announcement ot the Queen — Renee 
York. The students stood in silence as excitement 
tilled the air betore the Queen and her court were 
announced. Ami Elliott was tirst runner up and Joy 
McNeal was second runner up Piedmont College 
dances are always held in style as Fox 97 hosts this 
event. Congratulations were extended to the 
Queen and her court. 




VALENTINES DAY DA/VCE 




This year SGA tried something different with the student 
activities. On Valentine's Day, SGA sponsored a dance that 
was held at the Cornelia Community Center. The communi- 
ty center's atmosphere really gave the dance a feeling of 
a wintery ball with its hard wood floors and high ceilings with 
hanging chandeliers. The dance was hosted by Power 99.7 
and the students rocked the night away with the variety of 
music that was provided by the DG. This first time dance 
proved to be a great success and we look forward to 
having more dances like this one. 




1989 SPRING FORMAL 



Each year the Student Government As- 
sociation hosts a Spring Formal in appre- 
ciation of the graduating Seniors and the 
end of the school year. This years Spring 
Formal was held at the Georgia Mountain 
Center at Gainesville, GA. on May 19, 
1989. 107.3 WANS rocked the night away 
with some fabulous tunes they chose for 
this Spring Formal. The crowd showed 
much excitement and relief because of 
the ending school quarter. 




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ECHOES TO REMEMBER FOREVER 



PIEDMONT INTRAMURALS 



Piedmont College Intramurals is a time 
where students join together and com- 
pete against other students to the best 
of their ability in various sports. The 1988- 
89 Intramurals were very successful. Intra- 
murals can be for any student who does 
not regularly play college sports and is 
interested in showing their talent in the 
sport of their choice. Currently, the sports 
department and SGA are trying to be- 
come involved in an association where 
various colelge intramural teams com- 
pete against other colleges for state 
championships. We look forward to 
watching the expansion of intramurals 
next year. 

Football Winners — DREAM TEAM: Trent 
Fricks, Jeff Gimbrell, Harold Brown, John 
Crepner, Wayne Hicks, Perry Dalton, Jef- 
frey Lewallen. 



Basketball Winners — BAD COMPANY: Mi- 
chael Williams, Tom Johnson, Mike Edwards, 
John Hedgecough, Jimmy Whelchel, Bobbie 
Lett, Keith Orr. THE BRATS: Maria Costello, 
Judy Nichols, Sandi Bagley, Tracy Matthews, 
Gina Martin, Alleta Lee, and Laura Morgan. 




FALL 



WINTER 




Golf — Mike Edwards. Tom Johnson 
Ping-Pong — Umesh 
Billiards — Chris Cook 
Weightliftmg — Anthony Teasley 



SPRING 



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Volleyball Winners — DREAM TEAM: Trent 
Fricks, Harold Brown, Jeff Gimbrell, John 
Crepner, Wayne Hicks, Perry Dalton, and 
Jeffrey Lewallen. 






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HOME AWAY 
FROM HOME 






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There are some of the best years of our lives. The girls 
at G.B. are like a family as well as the guys at Purcell. 
'Never a dull moment on campus,' says "Mom." The 
memories and friends made here will always be a 
special part of our college years. Thanks Laura Adams 
and Louis Lindsey for making our home away from 
home. It's fun, fun, fun til Mom makes the guys go 
away. 





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Midnight madness at the Huddle House during finals 



Not Part of the Regular Crowd 
We Stand Alone 
We Are Family 

All This . . . and a Whole Lot More 
A World Within 
We Create a Style 
: the Sum of its Parts 




AIN'T LOOKING FOR NOTHING 




BUT A GOOD TIME! 



PIEDMONT COLLEGE GRADUATION 



JUNE 11, 1989 

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 

Michele Drury Bass 

Ronald R. Byers 

Perri Lee Carver 

Jeffrey Thomas Freeman 

Donna L. Gentry 

Sherri Rush Gerrin 

Claudia Blanche Lovell Grant 

Andrea Skinner Jones 

Tammy Wilbanks Kelley 

Stacy Ellen Brewer King 

Tara Anne Lee 

Hiroyoshi Machida 

Sonya Stockton Maney 

Teresa Yvonne Martin 

Donna Lynn Mize 

Jill Maria Moore 

Diego Padilla 

Gail Poland 

Lee Howard Powell 

Connie Coker Quarles 

Laura Melinda Kellar Ritcey 

Donna L, Rumsey 

Duncan Murchison St. Clair III 

David C. Sheckells 

Charles Randall Smith 

Kimberly Diane Smith 

Elizabeth Diane Hill Stover 

Angela Jayne Tatum 

Patrice Ann Waier 

Cranley Thomas Ward 

Joy McNeal Ward 

Rena Lynn Loggins Watkins 

Caroline Anne West 

Rebecca J. Wheeler 

Patricia Renee York 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

Dennis J. Brock 
Alok Dhital 
Ram Nath Gurung 
Ki-Shing (Perry) Kwok 
Parakash Silwal 






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Looking Ahead 

A Time For a New Beginning 

Cuttin' Loose 

Only the Beginning 

Dare to . . . 

Charting Our Own Course 

A Journey Just Begun 

Moving Right Along 

Bound For New Horizons 

On Our Way 

What Next? 

Take It From Here 

Come Fly With Me 

Looking Into Something New 

Breaking Away 

Up. Up. ana Away 




CLASSIC 



RiDVERTiSiNG 



Congratulations 




Seniors 



Chrysler — Plymouth 
Dodge — Dodge Trucks 



1043 Level Grove Road Cornelia, Georgia 30531 
(404)776-2277 Fax No: Ext. 116 Toll Free: 1-800-662-3325 




HABERSHAM BANK 



Your Independent Bank 
With A Community Spirit 



Baldwin • Clarkesville • Cornelia Member FDIC 778-1000 



Northeast 
Georgia's 
Communications 
Partner 



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STANDARD TELEPHONE COMPANY 



CORNELIA 

Ford-Lincoln -Mercury 



Full Service Dealer 

Clarksville Hwy 

778-2121 




MOUNT VERNON MILLS, INC. 5\/5 

RIEGEL DIVISION • ALTO PLANTS 



-St aood place to work 



Cornelia Veneer 
Company 



P. 0. Box 520 

CORNELIA. GEORGIA 30531 

Phone 778 4942 Area 404 




FAMILY 
RESTAURANT 



Good Luck 

To The 

Class Of 

"89" 



HABERSHAM 

MOUNTAIN 



PROPERTIES 



DIANE BLACK BROWN 

Broker 
Office: 404754-5770 
Home: 404754-3196 



f*A««AHSTATl 

"ON THE SQUARE" 
CLARKESVILLE, GA 30523 




furniture, pottery 

baskets, decoys 

and more 



Stem Walker 

(404) 778-9128 

Post Office Box 474 

llwv. 441 

Demurest, Georgia 30535 



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rfanners 
Assoccton 




THE HOLLOW LOG 

CUSTOM FRAMING 
PRINTS 4 DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 
COUNTED CROSS STITCH SUPPLIES 

PHONE: 404.778-428 1 



HABERSHAM VILLAGE 

SHOPPING CENTER 
CORNELIA. GA 30S31 



KEN MORRIS 



HABERSHAM 
HARDWARE 
AND 
HOME CENTER 







Hwy. 115 

Clarkesvllle 
754-9090 



214 Front St. 
Cornelia 
778-2224 



JAX YOGURT 

Fudge • Cookies • Candy 



JACK or VIRGINIA MATHEWS 
STEVE or CELIA MATHEWS 



Habersham Village 

Cornelia, Georgia 

(404)778-1599 



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Village Plaza 
Cleveland, Georgia 
(404) 865-7596 



NORTHEAST GA. 

CARPET & DECOR. 

garland W. Lewallen 
Complete Floor Covering 

PA,NT6 W A L L p APER 

BUS. 778-7055 



Congratulations 
Graduates! 



Compliments Of 



WILLIAMS DRESS 
SHOP 



102 Main Street 
Cornelia. GA 



BEST 
WISHES 
CLASS 
OF 

1989 





Professional 
Food-Service 
Management 



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OF HABERSHAM 

Cornelia • Clarkesville 

Member FDIC 



Jimmy Stockton 

ALL POPULAR RECORDS 
RECORDS - TAPES - ACCESSORIES 



CLARKESVILLE 



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RECORD SALES CO. 



P. O. BOX 198. 
CLARKESVILLE. GA„ 



OFF. PH. 754-2152 



BREC'S APPLIANCE 
LAND 

SALES-PARTS-SERVICE 

MAYTAG-AMANA-GENERAL ELECTRIC 

PARTS & SERVICE 

FOR MOST MAJOR APPLIANCES 

OPEN MON -SAT 8:30-6 PM 




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HOME 

VIDEO 

CAMERA 

(t^ RENTAL 



778-5545 



COUNTRY COBBLER 
Shoe Repair 
and Tobacco Shop 




VT 



"om Hiers 
Cornelia. Georgia Phone: 778-4691 



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CHEVROLET-OLDS 



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BUS. PH. 778-2244 
1-800-323-7075 



ATI. PH. 577-1846 
RES. PH. 88 7- 7 150 



RICKEY E. GROGAN 
Owner 

301 S. Main Street 
Cornelia, Georgia 30531 



Curtis 

IMathes 



HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 
Pittman Electronics of Cornelia 



John Pittman 



Habersham Shopping Center 
Cornelia, Georgia 30531 



(404) 778-3220 




fleldale corporation 



P.O. BOX 5W 

BALDWIN, GEORGIA 30511 

404 77S-5100 



FORSYTH TRUCK & AUTO SALES 



2567 Bethelview Rd. 
Cumming, GA 30130 



JERRY BAGLEY 
(404)889-1444 




36 Hodges Street 



Cornelia, GA 



778-2909 




BUKQRflPHKS 
CUSTOM T-5HIRT5 

SCREEN PRINTING 
SPECIALISTS 



(404) 778-1813 

134 NORTH MAIN 

CORNELIA, GEORGIA 30531 



ARNOLD J) 

DRUG ^ 

COMPANY 

Owner: TRUITT SMITH, R.PH. 



Bus: (404) 778-4918 
Night: (4 04) 778-7369 



P.O. Box 99 

22.lrvinSt, 

Cornelia, GA 30531 



LEWIS 

ELECTRONICS 

Musig 




Fender - Ibancz - Crate - Gorilla 

Tama - Zffdjiun - Paitite - Share 

JUL-IJV - Dr. Pong - Gibson - Martin 



Musical Instruments - New & Used 
Buy - Sell -.Trade 



llubersham Village Shopping Center 
Cornelia, Ca. 30631 



778-8712 



Congratulations 

1989 

Seniors! 

From, 

THE 

YONAHIAN 

STAFF 




Walking down the hall with a smile 
on his face, always a warm hello for 
those he meets. The future seems so 
bright for this young freshmen. John 
Ginn had his whole life to give and 
share with others. Then his course of 
life was changed suddenly by a 
tragic accident. Not only was John's 
destiny changed, but the lives of 
those who knew him would be af- 
fected also. We don't know the 
reason why hurt must come to those 
who seem so noble, but God has a 
reason for everything in our life 
There is a strength within John's soul 
that can be felt by his friends when 
they come to visit even though he 
lies so helplessly in bed John, you're 
in our prayers We've learned so 
much from you in the short course of 
time we had with you at Piedmont 
God be with you and your family 



Love. 



Students at PC 




Echoes 

Of A 
Decade 



JOSTENS